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We spent the morning perusing souvenir shops and looking through many more of the side lanes which are full of shops and residences. At noon we went to Dam Square to wait for our tour to begin.
The information on the brochure reads:
"A tour to Holland's most authentic villages Volendam and Zaanse Schans, you will see scenic landscape dotted with windmills and green-timbered houses. You will visit a cheese factory, ...
I must admit even though we were in a different country and we were only here for the weekend, we had to have a little sleep in until about 9am. A sleep in nevertheless. We made our way to breakfast. The trams were a bit hard to work out at first but hopefully after a couple of days here we will get the hang of it. Aaron found a cute little cafe/ bakery in the city centre. The food was once again delicious and the service was great. The cafe happened to be around the ...
... cream. It was too much, but so good! Pancake buffet's are definitely the way to go.
After the pancake house, we had a little more free time in which we explored the Jordaan, the posh neighborhood the pancake house was in. There were lots of cute little shops and boutiques, and we just relaxed and sat on the canal.
We returned to the hotel, got our luggage out of storage, and took a bus to the airport.
Amsterdam was great, but I was glad to be back in Copenhagen!!!
... road than cars and they think they own the place. We had already almost been hit by one just after we got out of the Taxi.
The Taxi driver had given us some tips on where to go so we headed for Leidsgracht area. The square was pumping, everyone was singing and dancing it was so cool. We started to head off down one of the side streets and Kate said "owww look a "coffee shop". We had heard stories that Amsterdam was not as liberal as it once had been. ...
... and buy the tickets for the next sight, the Rijksmuseum. I wasn't in the mood to queue yet again today!
To be honest, the Van Gogh gallery didn't interest me that much. I think I went partly because it's one of the cities top sights, although I didn't really find his artwork that interesting. There was also a display for another artist, Felix Vallotton, and I thought his artwork was a lot better.
Before heading to the Rijksmuseum, I thought I should have lunch, ...